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Connections Through Timeless Music

The CSO Latino Alliance is a liaison and partner that connects the CSO with Chicago’s diverse community by creating awareness, sharing insights and building relationships for generations to come. The group encourages individuals and their families to discover and experience timeless music with other enthusiasts in concerts, receptions and educational events.

 

FEATURED EVENTS

CSO Latino Networking Nights

Thursday, March 22
Muti Conducts Schubert Mass in E-flat Major

The CSO Latino Alliance hosts four preconcert networking receptions a season which feature special guest artists giving insights into the evening’s concert plus light food and beverages, followed by a Chicago Symphony Orchestra concert. Tickets are just $35 for the reception and concert, a savings of over 35%. Use promotion code NETWORK at check-out or call 312-294-3000 to reserve your tickets.

OTHER EVENTS

Friday, February 23
Chucho Valdés & Gonzalo Rubalcaba: Trance
Hosted by Hispanic Business Network

Friday, April 6
Diego El Cigala
Hosted by the Association of Latino Professionals for America

CSO Latino Alliance Events

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Tickets just $35 with promotion code NETWORK. Call 312-294-3000 or visit cso.org.

How to book your tickets on cso.org:
1. Click BUY TICKETS button.
2. Click “Select Your Own Seats” button
3. Use the interactive map to select your seating section on the Main floor or Lower balcony.
4. After you select your seats, click “Finalize Seat and Add to Cart”
5. Click “Checkout” in the pop-up window
6. You can also checkout by clicking “My Cart” and “Checkout”
7. Login or Register to Continue
8. Enter NETWORK in the box that says “Enter Promo Code”
9. Click “Apply” and enter your billing information to complete the purchase. The ticket price will change for the tickets selected as long as you have Main Floor or Lower Balcony seats in your cart.

Fees: Additional fee of $5 per ticket apply.

Membership Benefits

When you join the CSO Latino Alliance, you become an integral member of the CSO family. The CSO Latino Alliance offers its members the chance to interact with CSO artists, staff and supporters, as well as the following benefits:

  • • Attend unique social networking events featuring CSO musicians and guest artists
  • • Develop professional contacts to broaden your network
  • • Access premiums seats with a flexible 3-concert Create Your Own series package and save 10%
  • • Get 10% off any CSO Main, Family or CSO at the Movies concert
  • • See how the CSO prepares for a concert by attending an open rehearsal

 

Click here to join the Latino Alliance.

CSO Latino Alliance Committee

Ramiro J. Atristaín-Carrión, Co-Chair
Mr. Atristaín-Carrión is a financial advisor at Atristain Financial Advisors, LLC, an Executive In Residence, Adjunct Faculty and member of the Advisory Board at the Brennan School of Business at Dominican University. He is co-founder and chair of the Board of the CLESF Foundation and board member of Stuart Investments.

Loida Rosario, Co-Chair
Loida Rosario is an esteemed business leader and strategic advisor with over twenty years of experience in branding, innovation, strategy and marketing communications at top companies in the IT, CPG, and non-for-profit industries. An active community advocate, she sits on the UIC Business Advisory Council and co-chairs the CSO Latino Alliance Advisory Board.

Jesús Del Toro
Jesús Del Toro is the Director of La Raza Newspaper. An award winning columnist and poet, Del Toro was a fellow of the NEA Institute in Classical Music and Opera at Columbia University and is currently working on a book about the Mexican composer Silvestre Revueltas’ music in the USA.

Henry Johanet
Henry Johanet serves as Regional Sales Manager, Specialty Products, at Astellas Pharma and holds an MBA from DePaul University. Henry brings a passion for innovative outreach to the CSO Latino Alliance and is enthralled by the orchestra’s collaborative processes and musical artistry.

Stephanie Londoño
Mezzo-Soprano, Stephanie Londoño is a passionate soloist and choral artist. As a member of the Westminster Williamson Voices, she sang on the GRAMMY nominated recording of James Whitbourn’s Annelies. Today, she resides in Chicago and is a proud member of the CSO Latino Alliance. She holds a BM in Music Education from Westminster Choir College.

Rina Magarici
Rina Magarici was born and raised in Venezuela, where she took conservatory music classes in piano, harmony, music history and aesthetics for over ten years. She graduated from NYU and moved to Chicago in 2010 where she obtained her MBA and worked as a marketing executive. Being part of the CSO Latino Alliance allows her share her passion for music, a universal language.

Nancy Pulecio
Nancy Pulecio Vélez, originally from Bogotá, Colombia, is a composer, a journalist and the author of “Las 4 Dimensiones del Amor.” She is former Consul General of Colombia in the City of Chicago, and has been president of Colombia Exterior, Inc. since 1985. She is also currently the Director of the radio program Ciencia y Espiritualidad on Spanish Public Radio.

Juan B. Solana
Juan Solana joined Nielsen in 2013 as Senior Consultant, Digital Marketing Effectiveness. Prior to joining Nielsen, he worked at Hispanic Business Inc. as Director of New Media and Market Research. Juan has a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Business from Universidad Complutense de Madrid in his native Spain, and a Ph.D. in Economics from Purdue University.

CSO Latino Alliance Partners
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